Category: Indian Food

Want your home made chicken recipes give you hotel’s taste?….Try it once at home!

11 Easy to Cook Chicken Recipes for a Lovely Treat   INTRODUCTION Easy to Cook Chicken Recipes for a Lovely Treat is a unique, easy and fun to make recipe. It will make your mouth water, your ears pop and your body temperature rise. This recipe is sure to please friends and family when you serve it at your next party or gathering.We all love spicy chicken; except if you are allergic or you just can't love spicy food. Being a...Read More

Do you know..History of Tea in India?

History of Tea   INTRODUCTION Tea plants are native to East and South Asia and probably originated around the point of confluence of the lands of northeast India, north Burma, southwest China, and Tibet. Although tales exist in regard to the beginnings of tea being used as a beverage, no one is sure of its exact origins. The usage of tea as a beverage was first recorded in China, with the earliest records of tea consumption with records dating back...Read More


GARAM MASALA - THE SPICES OF INDIA INTRODUCTION This Indian spice blend is not only easy to make at home, it is also far more flavorful when homemade. Feel free to modify the amounts to suit your personal taste. You may easily multiply the recipe, but I recommend you make up only enough to use within 1 month so it will remain fresh. INGREDIENTS 1/4 cup coriander seeds 2 tablespoons cumin seeds 1 tablespoon black peppercorns 2 teaspoons cardamom pods Two 3-inch...Read More


BENGALI LUNCH  INTODUCTION : Bengali food that originated and evolved in the region of Bengal situated in the eastern subcontinent of India (presently divided into West Bengal in India and a separate nation called Bangladesh). It is rich and varied in its platter starting from snacks to main courses to sweets. Although the food habits, tastes, preferences and choice of items vary with different districts, communities and religions, the basic course generally remains the same with rice and fish playing...Read More


BENGALI SWEETS INTRODUCTION West Bengal the easterly state is considered to be the cultural capital of India. The people used to speak in Bengali language. They are on infectiously passionate lot and few things unite them more than their passion for food especially for sweet. Million of sweet meat are consumed in Bengal. Each will find item of sweet meat in the breakfast,lunch and dinner in Bengali room. The cuisine of Bengal differs from that of northern ,western or southern...Read More


   MAHARASHTRIAN DESERTS During the festive seasons, you will find an array of sweet dishes prepared in each household. These are the must have delicacies when in Maharashtra. Lets have a look at some of the famous desserts made in Maharshtra like modak, moti chur laddoo, khopra pak, shrikhand, puran poli, moong Dal halwa, kaju katli, karanji, chivda and besan laddoo. Top Maharshtrian Deserts to Try PURAN POLI   Puran Poli is a traditional Maharashtrian sweet dish that is prepared...Read More


BENGALI BREAKFAST IDEAS INTRODUCTION When it comes to food, there’s no way you can beat a Bengali. Ask anybody who is or knows a Bong and you’ll know how true it is. Bengali love to eat and love to feed, so whether its lunch dinner or breakfast – food on the plate has to be grand. Even though there is a particular inclination towards rice and its different forms, try to keep it for lunch and dinner only. The day...Read More


MAHARASHTRAIN LUNCH: INTRODUCTION It is well known that the people of Maharashtra consider their food as Anna he poornabrahma meaning they consider anna, or food, equal to Brahma, or the creator of the universe. The people of this state also believe in offering their food first to the lord as a thanksgiving for all that He has given. Especially, on festive occasions, some specific mithais (sweets) are offered. Maharashtrian food encompasses the cooking styles, traditions and recipes associated with the cuisine of the Marathi people from the state of Maharashtra in India....Read More


NORTH INDIAN CUISINE: AN INTRODUCTION North India has extreme climates – summers are hot, and winters are cold. The region includes the following states: Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Punjab, Uttaranchal, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chattisgarh and Madhya Pradesh. There is an abundance of fresh seasonal fruit and vegetable to be had. Its geographical position with relation to the rest of the Sub-continent means that this region of the country has had strong Central Asian influences both in its...Read More


MAHARASHTRIAN BREAKFAST   EAT WELL AND BE WELL Maharashtrian cuisine is the cuisine of the Marathi people from the Indian state of Maharashtra. It has distinctive attributes, while sharing much with other Indian cuisines. Traditionally, Maharashtrians have considered their food to be more austere than others. Maharashtrian cuisine includes mild and spicy dishes. Wheat, rice, jowar,  bajri, vegetables, lentils and fruit are dietary staples. Peanuts and cashews are often served with vegetables. The whole of Maharashtra is crazy about food. They pride themselves in having the best, most exclusive restaurants of the country as well as the cheapest and yet mouth-watering tapdis for their...Read More